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Will FCA’s electrified Ram pickup be a plug-in hybrid or fully electric?
Between the GMC Hummer EV, the Ford F-150 Electric, the Lordstown Endurance, and the Rivian R1T, there’s a whole lot of excitement about American-made electric pickups. And that’s before picking up the wildcard of the bunch, the Tesla Cybertruck.
Harley-Davidson officially spins off new electric bicycle company with stunning first model
This is it. Harley-Davidson has been teasing us with the prospect of their own in-house electric bicycles for over two years. And today the bar-and-shield motorcycle manufacturer has finally announced its new dedicated electric bicycle brand known as Serial 1 Cycle Company.
Audi ups its traction game with newest electric quattro system
For 40 years, Audi has been extolling the benefits of permanent all-wheel-drive with its quattro system.
Purolator expands zero-emission, last-mile delivery service in Montreal and Toronto
The logistics firm is adding to its modest fleet of electric cargo bikes and will begin testing three low-speed electric vehicles to better serve customers and reduce its carbon footprint in the cities’ dense downtown cores.
Electric vehicle assembly deals put Canada in the race
Ford and Fiat Chrysler EV agreements help secure the future of Canada’s auto sector — but a shifting value chain, to parts and batteries, means there’s still more work to be done.